East Anglian Energy Market Innovation Project (EMIP)

Over-arching Goals

There are three over-arching goals:

  • To test, build and demonstrate the business case for decentralised electricity markets and local solutions in the East Anglian area and their optimal integration with local networks in the UK Power Networks (UKPN) area
  • To examine specific combinations of technology, processes and rules around electricity production and its consumption by applying smarter approaches, emerging technologies and other innovations, and building understanding of their different incentives and impacts on the energy market and on regional networks
  • To identify and demonstrate new commercial models resulting from such solutions

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